The stakes are big next month for owner Kris Carpenter of Joy of Living on the Billings West End, where the holiday rush typically comprises 40 percent of her sales for the year.
Rita Booke is the kind of person who relishes a good deal. As one of 10 children growing up in Choteau, it’s not surprising that she knows a thing or two about wearing clothes that were previously owned. The owner of Second Time Clothiers, 1440 Central Ave., sat down recently with Billings B…
Retailing magnate J.C. Penney, left, talks with businessman Oscar Groshell in Salt Lake City in 1940.
It seems that Thanksgiving is the new Black Friday.
A friend who moved from Billings to the Bozeman area a few years ago says one advantage of living in the Gallatin Valley, besides being so close to some pretty good skiing, is a tantalizing variety of grocery stores where he feels like a kid in a candy store.
With back-to-school spending projected to increase by 14 percent over 2011, expect school hallways to be filled with bright colors, retro-inspired accessories and in-your-face backpack designs when class starts in August.
The Casper City Council informally agreed to continue with pawn shop and secondhand dealer changes during a work session last week.
This year, competition for holiday shopper dollars is as cutthroat as ever, with earlier-than-ever hours, door-buster discounts, layaways and promotions starting long before Thanksgiving Day.
Readers of Consumer Reports say that customer service is becoming a bigger challenge all the time.
Jerry Copp's phone began ringing soon after news spread that a new vending company is specializing in providing healthier snacks.
On the First Friday of each month, regardless of weather conditions, select downtown stores will offer extended shopping hours until 8 p.m.
Central Avenue just got much more convenient.
It's Black Friday, the sequel.
The line wrapped around all of the Toys R Us store Thursday night as shoppers anxiously waited for employees to open the doors as promised at 10 p.m.